Store custom builds unique one-of-a-kind furniture for clients who want to express themselves through their home furnishings.
Las Vegas-based startup Emulait launched its customized baby bottles in March and has a waitlist of 50,000 customers, according to founder and CEO Shilo Ben Zeev.
UNLV professor Pradip Bhowmik invented a fire retardant polymer that reduces the likelihood of lithium-ion batteries catching fire, which can be crucial as more electric vehicles hit the road.
Filings show the Tesla CEO and owner of Twitter is listed as director of X Holdings Corp., X Corp. and X.AI Corp.
Workbnb is working on the beta launch of its online platform for traveling workers that would list 9,000 properties in 40 states.
Las Vegas ranked as one of the best cities for startups to operate, beating out more popular tech-centered destinations such as Seattle and Austin, Texas.
Lawyers for the father of the late Tony Hsieh claim that a business associate plied his son with alcohol while pressuring him on social media to buy the former Zappos headquarters for $30 million more than it was worth.
Longtime developer Larry Canarelli and investment banker Viney Singal on Wednesday unveiled their new venture together, Capro Capital.
In April, the Neighborhood Clinic will open its doors to those living on the street. And this is only the beginning, clinic co-founders Trent Hofmockel and Dan Briggs said.
Vincent Tatum, a Virginia native and Army veteran, is the new president of Grand Canyon Development Partners.
Dan and Judy Del Rossi have sold their Las Vegas business, Tiffany Couture Cleaners. The sale closes out a five-decade run for the family.
A new incubator program in Las Vegas wants to help minority-owned small businesses grow through mentorship, education and a chance to improve their credit score.
Online retailer TheDrop.com launched in San Francisco in 2017, but CEO Matt Falcinelli knew all along that when it was time to establish the streetwear company’s headquarters it couldn’t be in California.
Boxabl held a ribbon cutting ceremony Monday for its second factory in North Las Vegas, less than two years after opening its first facility in 2021.
Nevada is known for its gaming and tourism industry, but there has been a sustained effort to bolster the state’s startup community, particularly in Las Vegas.